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C p. VAKDrvxH.Bd .o.d Prep- EE YTESVILLE, - MISSOURL Catered at the pot-oaee at KeytMvilU.Mo TrUj, Oct- 25. 13. Border County Notes. 1ITI.10STO5. Mrs. Thomas Browo.olChilHeotbe, aged 32 years, dead. She leaves a husband am! four children. Mr. Sarah E. Anderson, of Chilli cotbe, whose husband wag a Mexican Teteran, bat been granted a pension. Old lady Dameron, aged 70 years, died at tbe residence of her eon, Jobn Chuderf, near Jimtowo, thefore part o! last week. Miss Katie GuNgher, a charming daughter ol Mr. and Mr. Tbo- Gallagher, of Chillicoth-, diedonO:t. 13tb, ad 10 year. Mrs. Ctllion, agd 73 jears, lin ing in the Keter neighborhood, bad the misfortune to fall the night of Oct. 14b and break ber tb'gh. Livingston county "points w:h pride to a ttalk of eusir cane near ly 20 feet high, and a fle-pouoJ weet potato. A fanner' Iotitute will be brU at Avalon un-ler tbe aup'.ces of th tate board of agriculture on Nor. Ctb and 7tb. Jobn A. Dowrll died of paralysie, in Jackson township, agd 74 rear. Mr. Dowell was one of Livingston county's pioneer and most highly rttpectfd citixens. Drother Watkins, of tbe Chilhco the Constitution, is smiling over tbe presentation of a 63-pound pumpkin, and is bappj in tbe thought ot en joying pnmpkin pie as soon assunir one presents bim with other necessary Ingredient?. Jack Foster, ot Conception, Nodi way county, Is in tbe toils for steal ing a bona from Wo. Cadell, of Jackson township. Foster wa cap tured bj Constable Morns, wuu found bim at home with the stolen home in bis possession. Prank Tanner's store at Cbillico- tbe was broken into bj supposed burglars one night last week bj mashing in a rar win-low an I f "rc- ' lag op-n the buck uoor. Nothing was miseed, and it was thought tL tbiet or thieve wer frightened aa) before accomplishing their porpo?. ' Miss Sallie Stone, a youn lady tcbool teacher, ordered tbe Cbillico tht 7ribaDent to ber brother, M. B. Stoue, at Victoria, Chili, one day last week. Chili is a mighty appro priate place for a R-publicnu nw paper to b eeut tbe chillier" tb? place, tbe bett-r, tor this country. 1 Worteodike. a drug and gro cery tfercbant at Mooreeville. was -stricken with paralysis while at La mdo, Grandy county, whiter he fcad gone to ? tock of uru4' Bis pbvsiciane ft" l'"1 boi-eol his recovery. Mr. W. is a memtw of the G. A. R. and ie a prominent UJd FeUow. A rather unusual trar inth.:.P cladnde tramp visited CbiSkoth last week. lostead of asking ior money or something eo eat h want ed a collar, either a lay-down or ttacding make, but said be pref-rnd the latter, tie ' failed to connect" with that article of wearing apparel, bowever, and left town in digut. Under the caption ot'A Snd Sto ry" tbe Cbillicotb Tribune gv an acconnt of a Sunday-ecbool tearber who got drunk and wa lodged io tbe eal.t..? at that place. The poor lell iw bid, perbap, last had a tcctn im'.ied "without pain," and the Ctuilcothe police mistook hi conditio tor a plain druuk. Jade- Hroaddu will bnn I down his dr.-ion In tbe disbarment caee against Attorney C. A. Loomi, ol CbUlicoth. on Saturday, Nn. 2nd. It will be remembered that d;sbar- taent proJveiling were instituted against Mr. Loomis becauM f his . having endeavor-d to induce one U. W. McClintock, of Ludlw, to com tnlt perjary. Dick Q. Johnson'e rei.lnce, in In Chillicotbe. was burglarized last SnndaT a week wLile Mr. Johnson and family were out nutiicg. The J aD(j i8 a j to have Lad no trouble thieve eecured two gold watcbee.ja riUDg Bo Bel, ot the Missonrian, charm nod ciau-, g:l riog,la p0licj tor several thouian- dollars, two cam-Hi rib, o'-Jimrn 1 ring,! .oneiir.....7 0k.... y and I The genial Fred Unneman. ot eereral other article. Moral: Don't go nutting on Sunday. Tbe residence of Seymour Wigiey, a Cbillicotbe druggist, was burglar ized & few nights ago, some time be tween 7 and 1:20 o'clock, of consider able jewelry belonging to Mr. Wig ley, a revolver belonging to Mr. Wig ley and some old coins that were re licts in tbe family. At the time the burglary occurred, Mrs. Wigiey was Tisitingin Polo, Mo., and Mr. Wig ley was at bis drug store. No clue to tbeburgtars. Th dead body of a young man who has boen identified as that of Wm. E. Elite, of Chillicotbe, and with two bullet boles in his heal, was found terribly rharred in a lot of burning bay which bad been set on fire on S. 11. Patterson farm, in Fairvie township, on Sunday morn ing of Sat wrek. Young Ellis was evidently murdered and his remains secreted amid tbe bay stacks on Me. Patterson's farm, which were set on fire, for the purpose of concealingtbe foul murder. Chas. Stevens, of Fair view, has been arrested and is now in jiil at Chillicotbe charged with the awful crime. Tbe murdered young man I ft borne Saturday night and eaid he would return in a short time, but he di J not return and his lifcfce bo Jy was found by Mr. Patterson on Sunday morning as stated above. It is alto believed that Frank Stev en?, a brother io Charles, is implica ted in th awful tragedy, an 1 a war rant has teen sworn out for bis ar rest, but which bad not bten accom plished at last account. Mr. Roht. E. Deardoff, of Drook- fiVId, and Mies Lottie May McCoy. of Utica. Mr Jobn Martin, of Rich Uill township, and Mies Jobannab flick ey, ot Chillicotbe. Mr Frank W. Ricbter, of Chillico tbe, and Mies tlattie Carr, formerly of Chillieothe. bnt more recently of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. Jobn A. Ryan, ex-circuit clerk of Livingston county, bnt now a Mooresville mercbaLt, and Miss Ida Belle Wright, of Fairtlew township. BOWAKD. Mrf. Casper Uuber.ot Gla-gow, fell dead at ber borne on tbe afternoon of O.t. 16tb. Fayette has her tow line out for a fire department, which she hopes to get it ber "tow" holds out. A. J. Pugh, an old Glasgow boy, is now one ot the "star actors" at tbe NoTelty theatre, io Kansas City. Col. R. P. Williams, ot Fay-tte, is being mentioned in connection with tbe next Democratic nomination for congress in tbe Seventh district. Glasgow is getting to be quite a saintly place, Indeed, having passed an ordinance prohibiting tbe open ing ot butcher shops on Sunday. W. U. Brown, ot near Glasgow lost 300 barrels ot old corn by fire last Thursday about 2 o'clock. I is a mystery bow the fire originated Uibbard, the 12-year-old eon o Rer. Dr. C. 11. Brigge, of Fayette broke bis right arm just above tbe wrist tbe first ot last week by falling out ot a hickory tree whil gathenog nuts. Gto. F. Dougherty, of near Myere bvd hi fatm residence and most o its cu'attQt destrojfrd by Cre on Friday ntjiM ' lt week, just at bedtime, lie carried :nurance to tbe amount ot foOO. Tbe Howard County Levuer ad monishes its leaders to "look out for a high-toned wedding before Thanksgiving." Cau it be that Brother Maeoo is abont to take un to himself a rib? J. F. Moberlr, of near Glasgow, presented Brother Hughes, ot ths Fayette Democrat-Banner, with a halt dozen Ben 0-iie apples on day last week, th- combiol weight ot which wa4 1-2 pound. The Howard Couuty Adrertistr alln - to Sfoator V-t as tbe "Gl-idstootol Missouri." forgetting, perbape, that England is a gold tndam rountrr ui that Glad stone ie an uncompromteing gold bug. Mise Minnie Dyer, tbe erstwhile commercial tourist for a St. Louis grocery bouse, but who resigned her Doeitioa to work for a life inurance lCOmDanT, was io Glaegow last week, Chariton township, presented Broth er RuCfel. of tbe Glasgow ilissourian, with a fine fat goose last week. Of course it was not given "emblemat ical! j.M for while Brother RufM it fat, he lacks a good deal of being "a gocse." The Glasgow 3issourian Toicet our sentiment when it says: Tbe whistling fiend still pursue the even tenor of his way and has so far escaped tbe wrath of an indig nant multitude. It there is any thing on earth more exasperating and nerve-racking than a sbriil, ear piercing whistle, we have yet to dis cover it. And tbe worst of it is tbe whistling idiot seems to think be is entertaining people when be war bles. Wm. Collins barn, four miles eat of Fayette, was burned to tbe ground last Thursday night. The contents of tbe barn, except tbe live stock that were in it, ere a leo con sumed. The fire was caused by a chicken flying against a lantern and knocking it down. Me. C dlins had ighted and bung up the lantern to enable him to eee while puttiogaway hie team as he had been to Fayette and did not get home till about dark. Lou, 2500: no insurance. I A BRUGES. Mr. Wm. White and Miss Mary Watson, both of Ula?gow. Mr. Peter Shiflett and Mies Maud Waesoo, both ol near Fayette. Mr Wm. P. Steinmetr, of Stein- metx Station, and Mies Eva Morris, ot Armstrong. RANDOLPH. Moberly ot3:ials are preparing to exterminate tbe Magic city's ''man sions of sin." A one-legged man named Ryan. who bas bis locomotion by means ot crutches, while under tbe influence ot liquor struck a half-witted Moberly boy by the name ot Uearn with a crutch, inflicting an ugly wound in the boy's forehead. Ryan was tried for the offense and sent to the coun ty jail for six months. Owing to a brakeman's throwing the wrong switch, passenger train No. 6, dut at Key tesville at 0:48, p. m , clashed into tbe caboose ot the west-end main line I oral io tbo yards at Moberly last Thursday night. About tbe only damage sustained, however, consisted in knocking oB tbe platforms of the caboose and mail car. Mr. W. C. VanCleve, one of the proprietors ot the Moberly Democrat, and Miss Josephine Htgood, of La Grange, Uo. The Cockick extends congratulations and hopes for Broth er Van Geve and bride a goo 1 press, well adussd forms, no bad sticks nor "unjustifiable" slog, and miny quoins. PA LINE. There is no corn selling around Q.lliam, says the Bee. Feeders seem inclined to hold oB till spring. A wat-r famine is imminent io and around Gilliam. Spriogs that wer never known to fail are drying up, still tbe wheat looks flourishing. Tan Crews, a colored man ot Mar shall, was caught with an overcoat on that was stolen from a C. & A train. UU punishment was assessed at five days in jail and costs. Miss Nora Martin, of near Mar shall, who was kicked by a horse some weeks since, and who was thought to be improving, took a re lapse and died on Monday ot last week. Rev. James L. Sharp, ot Marshall, who died not long since, held a life insurance policy in tbe A. O. U. W. organixation for $2,000, which bas recently been paid to bis widow and daughter. The St. Louis Republic m tour Awarded Highest Honors- -Worlds Fair 9L Mil MOST PERFECT MADE a pre Grape m of Tartar Powder. Free cxnonU, Ah 'taay other duUane JO YEARS Ttt STANDARD. A1 i V ists, who have been visiting the principal towns ot Missouri, were at Marshall last week. Tb citizens vied with one another indoingbonor to their distinguished guests. U. M. Rose, who came to Slater not long since and was employed in C. M. Butler's barber shop, was ar rested last week, in Slater, and taken to Kansas where be ie charged with tbe crimee of bigamy and burglary. Tbe suit of Horace Burnett against Otto Van Buskirk over a jack val ued at $50 was tried in the circuit court at Marshall last week and de cided in favor ot defendant. Tbe costs in tbe case amounted to over $200. Mrs. J. S. Vanstone, of Marsha'.!, wbile driving in that neighborhood happened to a eerious accident. Her team became unmanageable and ran oB, throwing her violently againt a barbed wire fence, inflicting severe injuries. The Marshall Democrat-Sews has on exhibition two stalks of corn, one measuring 18 feet in height and tbe other 12 feet and 2 inches to the ear. it was raised irom eeea brought from Old Mexico by Wm. K. Smith, near McAllister Spring, S-iline county. On Thursday night cf last week J. M. Turner'e barn, in Marshall, was entered by thieves, who stole a mule team, wagon and harness. Mr. Tur ner knew botbing ot bis loss till the next morning, when he went out to care for his team. Nothing had been heard of tbe thief at last accounts. Arthur Malott, charged with for gery, was arrested by Constable Tucker at Marshall on Tuesday of last week and put in jail to await a preliminary trial. He forged the name of W. U. Lacey to a check for $25, which Mr. Kellum cashed. Tuck er then went to Marshall and invest ed a part of bis ill-gotten gains in a marriage license, giving bim statu tory permission to marry Mies Lola Smith, ot koping, but the wedding did not come oB as appointed. Ow ing to circumstances over which the expectant bride-groom bad no con trol it was put oB to a more conven ient eeason. MARRIAGES. Mr. Wm. A. Hill, ot Koping, and Miss Nmnie J. Dennie, ot Napton. Mr. Jos. L. Marshall, of Waoama ker. and Miss Hattie E. Humphrey, of Bidge Prairie. Mr. Jas. L. Mahan and Mies Myrtle Duncan, both of Malta Bend. Mr. John 'Jarrett, of Woodson, and Miss Stella Wilson, of Koping. Mr. Wm. W. Umbarger and Mies Myrtle V. Ehrman, both of Marshall. Mr. James F. Cross and Miss Bar bara Uighbarger. both ot Gilliam. Mr. Chas. W. Lacy and Miss Hes ter Parish, both ot Marshall. Mr. Alexander B. Campbell and Miss Bella Kirby, both of Ayers. Mr. Wm. T. Carter, ol Sharon, and Miss Rena D. Hoffman, of Miami. Mr. Noah Hodges and Miss Millie Uughe,botb ot Martball. Mr. Wm. Hamilton, col , and Mi&s Uessie Miller, col., both ot Marshall. "They didn't do a thing" over in Saline county last week but get mar ried. CABBOLL The D&rjgbtr Boeworth Sentinel regretfully admits there is something in bloomers it can not quite see. J. J. Carter, aged 62, of near Wa kenda, is dead. Mr. Carter had been an invalid for the past four ytars. A new bank building is being erect ed at Boeworth to take the place of the one destroyed by fire some time since. Mr. and Mrr. Daniel Hosier, of Boeworth, celebrated the 50th anni versary of their marriage on Oct. 11th. Mrs. Barrier, aged 7G yeare, died at her home, in Carrollton, of con sumption. She bad lived in Carroll county for nearly 50 years. C. W. Oberling. of Carrollton, found a pocket-book containing f 5, but it is not suspected it belongs to any of Carrollton's newspaper men. Tbe residence ol W. T. Johnson, ot Shootman, was destroyed by fire while the family were away from borne a week ago Friday. Ooly a few books were saved. No insurance. Mre. Anthony C. Brammer, cf near 8tandisb, is dead. She was 65 years old and was a native of Ohio. A husband and four sons and three daughters survive ber. V J V The money you paid list year for fuel that was wasted Jjf would go a good way toward buying Jewel Stoves and Ranges ,W the kind that dont waste. Fuel isn't the only thing they save i? ? they spare your time and patience. Our trade mark is on p every genuine Jewel. Ask your dealer for them. For Sale by G-. M. DEWEY & CD. Rev. F. C. Richards, a Baptist divine, is conducting a protracted cseeting at thechurch of that denom ination, in Bosworth. The eervices are being well attended and consider able interest is manifested. The boiler at the saw-mill of Julius Peters, located five miles eouth of Wakenda. exploded on thelTtbinst., killing the 11-year-old eon of tb proprietor, and severely injuring his father and another man who were at work at the mill. Harris, tbe man charged with steal ing a watch from a Wabash passen ger named Hugo between Brunswick and Carrollton, has been held to await tbe action of the grand jury. In delault of bail he wa lodged in j jiil at Carrollton. Carroll county is on top again, says the Carrollton Democrat. A stalk of corn has been found in Cher ry Valley township that la 40 feet high think of it, 40 f-tt to the top. It ie growing in the top of a eyca more tree and bas a good ear of corn on it. Laces and ribbons to the amount ol $175 were consumed by fir at Roeevelt Sisters millinery eetablish oient at Hale one night last week. Tbe Are was caused by a piece ol ribbon, which was hanging near a lamp, being ignited. Timely assist ance prevented a disastrous con flagration. Daniel Hooges. a young man 22 years of age, who had been making hie home with bis brother, G. U. Hodges, io Sugartree township, com mitted suicide one night lt. week by tbe morphine route. The deed wae committed at hie brother's bouse. It ie believed young Hodges' act of self-destruction was due to an unfortunate love affair. Leonard Shepherd, a tramp, was fined 50 by Mayor Holliday, ot Carrollton, for attempting to sand bag an officer who was endeavoring to arrest him. Shepherd had no money and was introduced to the rock pile on which ha refused to take exercise, but on tying informed that the bill of fare was corn bread and water for thoe who refused to break rock, he concluded to study the beau ties of geology, notwithstanding his aversion for manual labor. Mr. J. M. Brown, tbe night watch man at th Carrol! county jail, and Mrs. Emma Vojlee. Mrs. Voyles is tbe woman v-ho was lodged in jail at Carrollton recently for having hired a team from a Mre. Richereon, of near Carrollton. ostensibly for the purpose ot driving to her husband's grave in the Trotter graveyard, but instead of that ehe drove to herfath er'sbome, in Hickory county. She bas been bound over for her appear ance before tbe next Carroll county grand jary Mr. Brown's matrimo nial tastes run in rather a peculiar channel. While Misses Maud Lexington, Mo , and hold, of Tina, were Avalon to Tina in a Holliday, of Lucile Rock driving from boggj, their team took fright at an advertising board, near Hale, and ran away. Miss HoUidav either jumped or was thrown out of the vehicle, dislocat ing a knee cap and sustaining other injuries, but not of a eerious nature. Miss Rorkhold remained in the buggy and eucieeed in Plopping tbe badly frigbtend team after they had run about a mile. The moral is plain. Merchants should advertise io the newspapers instead of on advertis ing boards. MARBMGE8. Mr. Wm. E. Stephens, of Carroll ton, and Miss Sallie Hoffman, of Uigginsvillo. Mr. Jere Henderson and Miss Mary Bheeler, both ot Trotter township. Mr. Wm. Wilson, ot Saline county, and Miss OUie Coffman, ot De Witt. Mr. Otis Uynes and Miss Bertha McKinney, both of Boswortb. Ml r yWoimo(fi LIXX. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCinley, of Purdin, eolebratfd the 50th annirer sary of their welding Oct. 9th. Montfort's Weeklj- is a new Brook field pub'iration. It is the fifth wheel to BrooknVId's newspapers. B. J. G. BettleVim has sold his well-known hardware establishment at Brookfleld to Hober Broe., ol Herkimer, Kae. Richard Abell, aged 27 years, died of typhoid fever at his home, near Meadville, on Thursday, Oct. 17tb. He leaves a young wife. A home talept opera company has been organized at Brookfleld. They will give one opra every winter for sweet charity's sake. Tive car loads of hogs and 21 car loads ot cattle were eh'pped from Purdin in S.'pt-mbr, ni for tbe same month six car loads of cattle were imported. Cha. Stanley, of Mareelin, and others shot and killed a beef Utt week. The ball after striking the beef, glanced and struck the foot of a little colored boy. Dr. Pettijohn, Lion county's repre sentative in tbe legislature, is men tioned as a good stick of Republican timber for governor, too good to be elaugbtred, says the Mirror. Mrs. C. Q. Cummins, of Linneus, who was arrested on a charge o poisoning her husband last July, and held for tbe grand jury and released without indictment, ha employed counsel to bring a suit for damages, though against whom is not stated. Dan Fuller and a colored man had an altercation at tb Marceliue fair ground?, which began in a dispute over eome horse. The negro began on Dan with a 2A4 billet, and ' Dan backed bim several times with a hatchet and broke one bone of tbe arm near the wrist. At the Budgef8 corn contest, in Brookfleld, last week there were a large number of entries for both white and yellow corn, and also for garden vegetables and fruits, pre serve?, pickles, etc. John Barton took tbe prize for the largest ear of corn. It weighed 1 pound, and 1 $- ounces, Louis Stuenkel, jr., was tried mi Bucklin on four counts for petit Iar cency. On the first three counts be was fined $15, each, and on the 4th was sentenced to tbe county jail for 60 dajg, but at tha request of several prominent citizens tbe jail sentence was alo changed to a fine. AH lour of tha fines and costs amount ed to $128. Stuenkel is the young man who stole several lap robes, buggv whips, etc., from parties who attended tbe recent Weisnand Caton wedding, near Bucklin. The fair at Marceline last week: Is mention' d by the Madeline paper as being a success in every particu lar. Among the side attractions was Miss Ella Ewing, tbe Missouri giant ess, who is 23 years old, and is 8 feet and two inches tall. She was born in Lewis county, raised in Scot land county, and bas been exhibited in many of the museums of the east ern states. Tbe man named Sewart, alias Johnson, and wife, who deserted their babe which they left on Walter Browole8 doorstep at Brookfleld, ware arrested ut Bonaparte, Iowa, and brought back to Brookfleld to answer for tbe abandonment of their child, and which they will be called upon to explain to tbe satisfaction of the next Linn county grand jury. Four deaths occurred at Brook! eld last week. Mn.slber Uodgkinson, aged 58; Herman Clark, aged 25; an infant child of E. W. Smith, and Lee Cline, col., aged 17 yeare. Continued on 7th pAtre.